England in Netherlands: Jason Roy’s century leads England to victory in 3rd ODI

Jason Roy in action
Jason Roy averaged 87.50 within the three-match collection in opposition to the Netherlands
3rd one-day world, Amstelveen
Netherlands 244 all out (49.2 overs): Edwards 64, De Leede 56, Willey 4-36
England 248-2 (30.1 overs): Roy 101*, Buttler 86*, Van Meekeren 2-59
England gained through 8 wickets, win collection 3-0
Scorecard

Jason Roy hammered 101 off 86 balls and stand-in skipper Jos Buttler blasted 86 off 64 to assist England clinch a comfy eight-wicket victory over the Netherlands and seal an emphatic 3-0 one-day world collection win.

Buttler deputised for injured captain Eoin Morgan, who used to be struggling with a groin harm, and noticed the Dutch disregarded for 244 as Scott Edwards (64) most sensible scored.

David Willey completed the select of the assault with 4-36 earlier than England made mild paintings of the entire in 30.1 overs as Buttler and Roy guided them house with unbeaten knocks.

This used to be the 9th time Buttler has skippered England in ODIs and his listing reads gained six, misplaced 3.

Morgan’s enforced absence supposed he used to be denied the danger to make amends for two consecutive geese within the first and 2nd suits in Amstelveen as a result of harm.

It’s going to inevitably elevate query marks about whether or not, at 35 and along with his shape and health apparently deserting him, he’ll proceed as England captain.

His long term within the aspect could also be doubtful however the staff Morgan in-built his symbol endured their buccaneering method to conveniently put off a Dutch aspect ranked 14th on the earth.

Buttler’s innings used to be now not fairly as breathtaking as his implausible 162 off 70 balls within the first ODI, but it surely used to be chanceless as he and Roy took England house fairly serenely.

The win gave England 10 issues within the ICC Cricket Global Cup Tremendous League and noticed them leapfrog Bangladesh into most sensible spot within the festival, which determines qualification for the match in India in 16 months’ time.

Quiet day for captain Buttler as Willey shines

England with the series trophy
England’s subsequent white-ball task is a T20 collection in opposition to India, beginning in Southampton on 7 July

Buttler’s gray topic used to be now not in particular challenged through the Netherlands who, if truth be told, surrendered their wickets with deficient shot variety versus giving the stand-in skipper many tactical posers.

On a pitch with a slightly extra grass than the primary two ODIs there used to be leap and elevate for England’s assault and the softly spoken Buttler lightly and successfully directed court cases from in the back of the stumps as he were given his bowling adjustments spot on.

David Payne, some other from England’s battery of left-arm seamers, used to be unlucky to not seize a debut wicket early on. A vicious brief one climbed into Tom Cooper and spooned up just for Liam Livingstone to be dazzled through the solar and leave out a skier at mid-wicket.

Brydon Carse (2-49) used to be clocked at 90mph through the rate gun and, regardless of his occasional waywardness, used to be menacing as he accounted for each Bas de Leede (56) and Cooper (33) to place the brakes on because the Dutch seemed to boost up.

England on occasion misplaced their self-discipline within the box – Dawid Malan shelling a catch, Adil Rashid letting the ball via his legs and Buttler fumbling – however they grew to become the screw on the demise.

The general 9.2 overs went for simply 41 runs as Payne (1-38) and particularly the spectacular Willey – who bowled 29 dot balls all instructed – focused the stumps to near out the innings in opposition to an green Dutch tail.

Roy and Buttler dominate

England made a blistering begin to the chase as Phil Salt (49) and Roy stamped their authority at the Dutch assault with a stand of 85 for the primary wicket.

On the other hand, they wobbled when Paul van Meekeren (2-59) nipped one again to knock over Salt’s leg stump, then two balls later bowled Malan for nought in the back of his legs after a misjudgment.

That introduced Buttler into the fray and he briefly settled any nerves with a composed innings of 2 halves. He introduced up his half-century off, through his requirements no less than, a pedestrian 44 balls.

The wicketkeeper then easily went in the course of the gears, exciting the England enthusiasts within the afternoon sunshine with the type of harmful six-hitting observed within the aspect’s record-breaking 498-4 within the first ODI.

In stark distinction to common skipper Morgan, who has had seemed so dreadfully out of contact right here, Buttler oozed shape, finesse and firepower with the bat.

All of the whilst Roy edged nearer to back-to-back ODI loads, even if he introduced a caught-and-bowled probability to Fred Klaassen on 75, the Dutchman spilling a dolly.

Roy regrouped and, with Buttler rapid catching him, introduced up his tenth ODI century off 86 balls with a assured pressure down the bottom.

A ball later Buttler, who used to be by no means through the Dutch assault, whacked left-arm spinner Tim Pringle again over his head in addition to the sightscreen and into the wooded area in the back of to place the gloss at the victory.

It used to be England’s thirty fourth six of the collection as they sealed the win with 19.5 overs to spare.

In this sort of shape they are going to take some preventing in the remainder of the summer season, without or with Morgan.

‘Some other nice victory’

England captain and participant of the collection Jos Buttler: “Some other nice victory. I believed we performed in point of fact neatly with the ball to limit them, picked up wickets at an important instances and it used to be a super batting show once more.

“There may be numerous cricket bobbing up in a brief area of time which could be very thrilling. We have now were given nice intensity within the squad with extra guys status up in this travel and pushing up the contest within the squad which is solely what we wish to see.

“I believed David Payne bowled brilliantly on debut, Brydon Carse appears to be like thrilling, I used to be inspired with Phil Salt. There’s this deep pool of gamers which can be pushing the sport ahead for us in English cricket.”

Netherlands captain Scott Edwards: “We took some excellent learnings from the collection, the men will likely be higher for it and we will come again tougher in our subsequent collection.

“I believed as of late used to be a tougher wicket they usually made it glance lovely simple.”

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